Recruiting staff

How to go about finding employees with the right skills and the right level of experience, and how to attract them to your business.

Many smaller businesses choose to employ staff on a part-time basis. This often has the advantage of controlling costs when there is no need for a full-time worker and of adding flexibility to the running of the business.
A number of businesses use contractors and subcontractors to carry out short-term work or to supply specialist skills on specific projects.
Every employer knows just how important wages are to recruiting and keeping good employees. So how best to go about setting rates of pay?
Rather than assume responsibility for the day-to-day running of the company, the role of a non-executive director is to provide a business with guidance and help in making longer-term, strategic or specific, project-based decisions.
A contract of employment comes into effect the moment that a person agrees to work for an employer. In accepting the offer of a job and by starting work in return for pay, the employee is also agreeing to the terms and conditions attached to that job.